According to Islamic practice, one used to expound the law and the other
used to deliver judgement. Who were they respectively?
(a) Mufti and qazi
(b) Qazi and mufti
(c) Qazi and sadr
(d) Qazi and muqti
Who among the following were originally considered as zimmis by Islam
because they shared the knowledge of true religion?
(i) Zoroastrians
(ii) Christians
(iii) Hindus
(iv) Jews
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) All of them
(b) i,ii and iii
(c) ii, iii and iv
(d) ii and iv only
Which one of the following schools of Muslim law allowed idolaters to live
as zimmis subject to payment of jizya?
(a) Hanafi
(b) Malikita
(c) Shafisite
(d) Hanbalite
Which one of the following statements is not correct about the religious
policy under the Delhi sultanate?
(a) Hindus had to pay pilgrimage tax for visiting their holy places and fairs as
also for bathing in their sacred tanks or rivers.
(b) Hindus were not permitted to construct new temples, though they could
repair old ones.
(c) In the reign of Sikandar lodhi a Brahmin named Bodhan was put to death
for the offence of saying that there was truth in Hinduism as also Islam.
(d) Muhammad Tughluq, though rational and liberal, did not permit Hindus
to build new temples.
Which Sultan represented himself            as ‘Sikandar-i-Sani’ (The Second